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Motorola Mobility invests in video firm Ooyala

Motorola Mobility indicates that it's especially interested in working with Ooyala on its "multiscreen experiences."

By September 13, 2011

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Mobile video watching up 532 percent in two years, study says

Mobile and tablets now represent over 21 percent of all online video plays, up from 3.4 percent two years ago.

By June 18, 2014

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Coming to a Facebook near you: Miramax movie rentals

An online video publishing company called Ooyala offers a new way to watch movies. By partnering with a major Hollywood studio, it plans to turn Facebook into a social entertainment hub.

By September 12, 2011

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New Comedy Central site lets you download a stand-up

CC:Stand-up Direct offers hour-long stand-up comedian performances for $5 each, following a trail blazed by Louis C.K.

By July 11, 2013

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Brightcove looks to raise $55 million in IPO

In an SEC filing today, the online video distribution company sets the price range for shares of its upcoming IPO at $10 to $12.

By February 6, 2012

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Online video viewers watching longer on tablets

Tablet users averaged 30 percent more viewing time than desktop users and were more engaged, according to a recent study.

By November 13, 2011

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Vimeo goes pro

Small businesses should like the new Pro version of Vimeo's reasonable price and understandable capacity ceiling.

By August 1, 2011

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The unlikely group putting the kibosh on cable TV: Parents

Tykes are dream customers who don't care how they watch Mickey and clamor to watch him again and again. With Netflix and Amazon catering more to kids, parents may be the next big group to cut the cable cord.

By June 22, 2013

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Kyte videostreamer leaves beta, enters business

The service's Mobile Producer app is now available on numerous S60 phones, but it's not aimed at the end user.

By September 30, 2008

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Ex-Googler tip: Build start-ups in packs of three

Googlers have long had a geeky obsession with numbers, so it seems only fitting that former employees are setting a new trend when it comes to starting their own companies.

By April 22, 2008